Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake kind of have a thing going on with their epic “History of Rap” segments for Fallon’s late night show. The duo took to the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon stage once more to unveil part six of the “History of Rap” to hilarious results.
2 Chainz made due of his time in New York City on the 2 Good To Be T.R.U. Tour by performing on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. There he gave a rendition of his heartfelt closing track from B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time, “Outroduction.”
While in New York City, ScHoolboy Q made his network TV debut on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, where he performed his Oxymoron single “Man of the Year.”
Jhené Aiko graced the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon stage to perform her somber track “The Worst.” Backed by The Roots, this marked the singer-songwriter’s first late-night television appearance.
Drake is set to take the Saturday Night Live stage Saturday, January 18. But a few days before then, the rapper visited Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to discuss having pre-SNL jitters, his first time smoking weed, and more.
Things were all G.O.O.D. on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon yesterday, as Big Sean appeared to perform “First Chain” with his former label mate KiD CuDi.
New York is one of America’s major media markets, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced the opening of a new center to help bolster that fact. Joining Bloomberg Tuesday (Oct. 1) in the announcement of the Made In NY Media Center was The Roots drummer and new artist-in-residence, Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson.